Moby Snags $5.8M for Downtown Pad

Moby just scored $5.8 million for his renovated Bond Street pad, reports Curbed. The DJ and photographer tore down walls to fashion a 37-foot great room with a skylight. Take a tour of Moby's former digs, which was originally priced at $6.5 million.

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Moby just scored $5.8 million for his renovated Bond Street pad, reports Curbed. The DJ and photographer tore down walls to fashion a 37-foot great room with a skylight. Take a tour of Moby's former digs, which was originally priced at $6.5 million.
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The crown jewel of Moby's downtown abode is this gigantic 37-foot great room that takes the phrase "open floor plan" to whole new heights.
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The great room features 19-foot ceilings which are none so apparent than from this towering angle. The condo comes with over 3,000 square feet of living space.
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A sweeping view of Moby's former home. The great room includes the living room, dining room, and kitchen with plenty of room to spare.
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Pre-war details abound throughout the loft. Here's a view of one of the 2.5 bathrooms in the spread.
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Even Moby's old walk-in closet features soaring ceilings.
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According to the public listing, the pad was designed by award-winning French-Japanese architects Ogawa/Depardon. Access to the loft is through a semi-private elevator landing with keyed access.
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Cool Bond Street views are visible from the apartment.
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A view of the astounding 1,200-square-foot private roof deck with panoramic downtown views. The deck boasts newly paned wood and stone decking.
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